A look back at #WorldKidLit Month in 2018.… Read More A Look Back: #WorldKidLit Month 2018
“Mahasweti Devi wrote for children because she believed that things can change for the better only if we include children in our imagination of this world.”… Read More Celebrating WorldKidLit Month with 10 Books from India
There’s so much to explore and discover on this beautiful planet we share. Often, it’s the seemingly simple things that bring the most pleasure: the sound of the wind in the trees, the smell of fresh snow, the taste of fresh honey. But we can only experience them fully when we allow ourselves the time and space to reconnect with nature.
… Read More 10 to Read: Picture Books That Celebrate the Beauty and Diversity of Nature
“Each of the authors is accompanied by an IYL team member who moderates the event and translates questions and answers if necessary.”… Read More 5 Questions on ‘White Ravens Festival,’ Celebrating a World of Kid Lit and YA
“As usual Dubuc is using a limited colour palette. Her earthy greens and browns work well alongside sky blue and aids her in her pursuit of emotional clarity.”… Read More Review: ‘The Lion and the Bird’
“If we see the opportunity and joy that comes with a diversity of languages, rather than see it as a problem and a barrier, we open the world up to everyone.”… Read More ‘Lost in Books’: Lessons from a Polyglot Bookshop
Right or wrong, there’s a concern that too much pink (or purple) on a book in the U.S. market can make them seem too “girly” and deter gatekeepers.… Read More Design and the Translation: ‘Olive the Sheep Can’t Sleep’